101 Jewish Poems for the Third Millennium
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101 Jewish Poems for the Third Millennium
by Matthew E. Silverman (Editor), Nancy Naomi Carlson (Editor)

“Traditional and radical, secular and holy, the poems in 101 JEWISH POEMS FOR THE THIRD MILLENNIUM come to us just as we need them. The poets here celebrate a culture and caution against hatred, all the while making incredible art. Silverman and Carlson have gathered a stellar and diverse group of poets and poetic visions.”–Denise Duhamel

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